Hundreds of people have been forced to flee their homes after a volcano erupted in South America.
The 12,300ft Volcán de Fuego - which means Volcano of Fire - in Guatemala, sparked a red alert.
Strong eruptions and ash columns could lead to avalanches, the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction (Conred) has warned.
Dramatic footage taken of the volcano, in the south of the country, 10 miles west of capital Antigua, shows it spewing lava.
The volcano is renowned for being constantly active, but at a low level.
Huge waves destroyed seafront apartment balconies at a popular tourist town, prompting a number of evacuations.
Footage shows waves reaching the third-floor of a block of flats in Mesa del Mar in the north-west of Tenerife.
Alvaro Davila, mayor of the municipality of Tacoronte which Mesa del Mar is part of, said 65 apartments in two blocks facing the ocean had been evacuated.
He also confirmed no-one had been injured in the scare, which followed the evacuation of 39 people from two buildings in Garichico on the island’s north east coast.
The incidents happened after regional government officials decreed a state of alert as a fierce storm battered the north of Tenerife and other parts of the Canary Islands.
This is what it looks like if you were trapped inside one of the many California neighborhoods that are currently being burned down due to wildfires. The California government has for years mismanaged the federal money given to them in order to prevent things like this from happening, both Democrats and Republicans in the 2018 election have mentioned this repeatedly. California lawmakers need to be held accountable for the misappropriation of funds.
A brand new fire erupted along a Southern California highway near the Los Angeles and Ventura county line on Monday.
The blaze, dubbed the “Rocky Fire” by state authorities, started in Santa Susana Pass, near Rocky Peak and the 118 freeway.
Officials have ordered an immediate evacuation of the Box Canyon and Lake Manor areas, according to Fox 10. Ventura County Sheriff’s Department told reporters the freeway has been closed between Topanga Canyon and Yosemite while firefighters move quickly to extinguish the fire. The cause of the fire is currently unknown.
Incredible footage from a beach in Portugal shows an Australian surfer charging a huge wave before being wiping out.
Russell Bierke managed to keep control for a moment before crashing into the water after a massive surf explosion.
The 21-year-old, who was in Nazaré, known for its very high breaking waves, was able to resurface in time to catch a quick breath before being forced under again.
He was rescued by award-winning big wave surfer Lucas "Chumbo" Chianca from Brazil, who arrived on a jet-ski.
The lucky escape happened dur
Tourists have described 'extraordinary' scenes of panic as flash floods hit Jordan's historic site Petra "fast and heavy" forcing thousands to be evacuated.
Witnesses said there was a "thunderous roar" before 'raging water started gushing down' and covered people head to toe in mud.
Holidaymakers said there was screaming, yelling, people running to escape - claiming there was no plan in place.
Elderly people and families with young children who couldn't get out quickly enough became "caught", witnesses claimed.
Locals galloping on horses warned visitors to the popular tourist spot to turn back.
One wife was left in tears, worried about her husband who was deep in the ruins, thinking he'd been caught in the flood waters - and she was one of many worried about loved ones in the zone.
The so-called Camp Fire has already consumed over 20,000 acres in Northern California, forcing about 50,000 people to evacuate. But the fire has moved so quickly that some people have barely escaped—like Brynn Parrott Chatfield from the town of Paradise, who posted this video to social media showing her family’s terrifying drive through the flames yesterday.
The video, published to Facebook, truly looks like something out of a movie. They’re surrounded on both sides with flames lapping at the road as they race to get out.
“I feel very vulnerable posting this but I feel I should,” Brynn Parrott Chatfield wrote on Facebook. “My hometown of Paradise is on fire. My family is evacuated and safe. Not all my friends are safe. It’s very surreal. Things always work out, but the unknown is a little scary.”
A woman trapped in a bus filmed falling rocks and trees being uprooted by a landslide on Sunday in Benguet, a remote mountainous region on the Luzon island in the Philippines.
Kersee Masillem, who filmed the scene, was sitting on a bus which could not reverse as another vehicle was blocking the road behind it.
Nine British tourists had a narrow escape from their burning yacht after it was struck by lightening in the middle of a deadly tropical storm.
Flames tore through the upmarket boat, named Emmjay, in Phuket, Thailand, as deadly seas rocked the vessel yesterday afternoon.
The four couples, who were on board with one other woman, had to cower below deck before a lightening bolt ripped from the sky and shattered the boat.
A passing fishing boat raced to help the stricken crew and holidaymakers and police received a Mayday call at around 5pm local time.
A 'once-in-a-lifetime' moment was witnessed above a castle as a meteor exploded and disintegrated into the night sky.
The stunning images were caught on camera at Clun Castle, Shropshire, during an Orionid meteor shower on October 20.
Orionid meteors occur every autumn when the Earth is passing through the stream of debris left by Halley’s Comet.
The video was captured by landscape astro-photographer Nick Jackson who had gone to the castle to shoot the 13th century building in front of the night sky.
He was hoping to make a 'star trial' but halfway through the shoot he saw the meteor fly across the sky.
Crew are forced to dodge swaying pipes being loaded onto ship.
This video was taken as part of a photography event put on at Mission Peak just outside of San Francisco, California. The video is unaltered.
Newly obtained video shows a Leander school bus driving into a low-water crossing last week as floodwaters ravaged parts of Central Texas. The bus was swept into Brushy Creek, requiring the driver and a 12-year-old passenger to be rescued. The driver, Nathan DeYoung, has been charged with child endangerment and driving through a barricade.
Creepy footage showing a forest floor "breathing" like something from a sci-fi movie has been caught on camera in Canada.
The odd footage, which shows trees swaying and the ground rising up and falling again, was recorded by stunned explorers.
Hayler Morestein shared the clip on Twitter with the caption: "This video of a forest in Canada looks like it’s breathing and it is the scariest thing I've seen all month."
And people viewing the clip agreed.
"That is the creepiest thing I've ever seen," one replied, while another added: "Christ that’s unnerving."
'Icebergs' floated down the streets of Rome after a severe hail storm caused extensive floods.
The powerful storm hit the Italian capital, leaving people trapped in cars and others abandoning their vehicles in the road.
It has been reported on local media that water levels reached one metre high as the storm hit on Sunday night.
The unexpected heavy showers led to commuter chaos, as trees fell and rubbish was reported floating along the streets.
A bizarre sea creature known as the "headless chicken sea monster" has been filmed swimming in frigid waters off Antarctica for the first time.
Researchers were thrilled after an underwater camera captured the deep-sea swimming sea cucumber in the Southern Ocean.
The video was recently recorded off East Antarctica - the first time the creature - which has a transparent body - has been filmed off the continent.
Until now, the webbed creature had only been filmed swimming in warmer waters in the Bahamas.
Randy Orwin from Queensland, Australia was watching the radar and noticed this supercell moving in fast. He pulled out his camera and filmed as it takes over his neighborhood with incredible wind and rain.
Strong winds by Storm Callum seemed to reverse a waterfall in the Isle of Skye on Friday.
The striking footage was captured by Chris Martin and shows the wind blowing the water upwards.
Chris shared the video on a Facebook group called Scotland from the Roadside.
He said: "When a waterfall don't fall. Talisker Beach on Skye. Was blawin a Hoolie the day."
The viral video posted on Facebook has been shared more than 3,000 times and has had more than 3,000 likes.
Those who have watched the video have been left mesmerised by the footage and said it was 'stunning'.
Footage captured on October 12 shows the TUI Airways Boeing 757-200 plane being swept from side-to-side as Storm Callum brought travel chaos to parts of the UK
A gardener caught this incredible act at a community garden in Chicago, Illinois recently.
Shortly after making landfall as a Category 4 hurricane with winds up to 155 mph, Hurricane Michael completely decimated the coastal town Mexico Beach.
The news team were all fine.
British holidaymakers have spoken of devastating scenes they have witnessed after flash flood s devastated Majorca - killing at least nine people.
Tourists watched on in horror in the middle of the night as cars were swept away by a river right in the heart of a holiday resort in the coastal town of S'Illot.
Two British people are confirmed among the dead after their taxi was caught in the floods - while their driver is one of around 10-14 people reported missing.
Leanne Nash, 36, who jetted to the island to celebrate her mum's birthday, fears she's now trapped on the island after witnessing the destruction caused by the flood.
Meanwhile, Andrea Sutton Allen, 50, who is marking her wedding anniversary on the island, has described how cars were dragged through the streets by fast-flowing water.
One terrifying video shows sheer power of the torrent that raged through the same location near where reality show Love Island is filmed.
Andrea, of Cambridgeshire, who is staying at the Mix Colombo in S'Illot with husband Mike Rowland, 57 spoke to the Daily Record .
She said: "There are collapsed roads and a car was dragged into the sea.
"The hotel was without power all evening and is still without water."
This horrific new footage shows the Indonesian tsunami looming through trees as it smashes into the island of Sulawesi, causing devastation.
Nearly 2,000 people are dead and thousands of others are missing after a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami battered the island's west coast.
In the shocking video footage, a massive wall of water can be seen approaching behind some trees, as screaming locals run for their lives.
One of those fleeing appears to be a parent carrying a young child.
While people on the ground desperately search for a safe place to hide, others, on higher ground, can be heard shouting for them to run faster.
This guy's trailer was getting destroyed by a tornado in Faribault, Minnesota, so he decided to pull out his old video camera and capture the destruction.
A volcano has erupted four times on the same Indonesian island already devastated by an earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 1,400 people.
Sulawesi's latest disaster happened as search teams continue to recover bodies from buildings flattened by Friday's 7.5-magnitude quake and tsunami waves up to 20ft high.
Two volcanic earthquakes were detected as Mount Soputan spewed a massive column of hot ash and smoke more than two miles into the air during Wednesday's eruptions.
Villagers wore masks and hid under umbrellas as volcanic ash rained down on them and blocked out the sun.
Nearly two weeks after Typhoon Mangkhut, the world's strongest storm this year ravaged the South China Sea, killing over 64 people in the Philippines, a tsunami has hit the coastal Indonesian city of Palu.
The tsunami was caused by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake off the coast, according to the BBC, producing waves up to 6 feet that crashed through Sulawesi island, where Palu is located.
Holidaymakers filmed each other floating down a Benidorm street on lilos - undeterred by severe weather warnings.
Tourists cheered each other on as they enjoyed the extreme weather conditions in the Spanish resort, popular with Brits.
Bizarre footage showed people pushing each other down a flooded road on lilos.
A couple of men appeared to be trying to bodyboard on makeshift surf boards.
This came amid warnings issued of severe weather in Spain.
The Spanish Met Office, AEMET, reportedly put 14 of the country's provinces on yellow weather warning alerts for heavy rain, thunderstorms, winds and high tides today.
A powerful tornado ripped through residential neighborhoods in Ottawa on Friday, footage filmed from a balcony on Lemieux Street shows.